Regulation On The Management And Regulation Of The Maritime Pilotage Area Ems

Original Language Title: Verordnung über die Verwaltung und Ordnung des Seelotsreviers Ems

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Regulation on the administration and order of the Seelotsrevier Ems (Ems-Lotsverordnung-Ems LV)

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Ems LV

Date of issue: 25.02.2003

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" Ems-Lotsverordnung of the 25. February 2003 (BAnz. 41 p. 3702), as last amended by Article 1 of the Regulation of 20 June 2003. November 2013 (BAnz. 2013 AT 13.12.2013 V2) has been modified "

:Last modified by Art. 1 V v. 20.11.2013 BAnz AT 13.12.2013 V2

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On the basis of § 5 (1) no. 3, 4 and 5 in conjunction with § 12 of the Law of the Seas in the Version of the notice of 13. September 1984 (BGBl. 1213) in conjunction with § 4 of the General Lots Ordinance of 21. April 1987 (BGBl. 1290), of which Article 5 (1) of the Law on the Law of the Seas was last amended by Article 282 (1) of the Regulation of 29 June 1990. October 2001 (BGBl. 2785), the North-West Water and Shipping Directorate, after hearing the coastal countries and the Federal lottery chamber, prescries: Table of contents

§ 1 Definitions

(1) Seeschips within the meaning of this Regulation are ships registered in a maritime register or a comparable foreign register and with which mainly sea voyage , with the exception of sea-tankers.Ships referred to in this Regulation shall be ships within the meaning of Article 21 (1) of the Maritime Order of 22. December 1986 (BGBl. 141), as amended in each case, which are registered in a maritime register and which are mainly operated by sea.(3) Bine tankers under this Regulation shall be ships within the meaning of Article 21 (1) of the Maritime Order of 22. December 1986 (BGBl. 141), as amended in each case, which are registered in an inland waterway register and which are mainly operated by inland waterway transport.(4) Tankers under this Regulation shall be all sea-tankers and inland tankers.(5) Seelotsreviere are driving routes and sea areas for which the provision of uniform and permanent pilotage services is arranged for the safety of navigation.(6) Bad weather position is the position on which the piloting is carried out as a result of bad weather.(7) The length of a ship within the meaning of this Regulation shall be the length above all in metres, measured from the leading edge of the vessel to the edge of the roller, including fixed structures. Width of a ship is the width over everything in meters (maximum hull width of the ship including fixed attachments). The draught of a ship is the largest draught in metres on the route to be covered. In so far as it is authorised in this Regulation, it may be interpolated in relation to the length and width in the ratio of 1:10. In this case, 1.00 m more length is 0.10 m less wide and 1.00 m less length 0.10 m more width. The maximum upper limits specified in the respective provision may not be exceeded after interpolating. Lengths are to be rounded up to whole meters and widths to entire decimetres up to only 0.5 and to round off from 0.5. The width shall be the maximum width, including any charge overhangs. In the case of trawls, the sum of the lengths of tugs and appendice shall be relevant without taking into account the length of the towed lees.(8) Landradarberatung is the advice of a ship by pilots from a traffic control centre.(9) Type-identical ship means a ship similar to the dimensions and manoeuvring characteristics and identical in the type of vessel. The dimensions are comparable if the dimensions are smaller or if the length of the product is not more than 5 m above and the width of the top does not differ by more than 0.5 m.(12) The Maritime Safety Authority for the purposes of this Regulation shall be the Water and Shipping Authority of Emden. Non-official table of contents

§ 2 Lotsenbrüderschaft

The Lots service on the Seelotsrevier Ems is the responsibility of the Emden Brotherhood seabed souls. Non-official table of contents

§ 3 Lotto stations, Lotsenswitches

(1) There are pilotage stations in Emden and Borkum on the Seelotsrevier Ems.(2) The change of pilotage between the seamen for the routes towards the seeward Emden and the Seelotsen for the routes to the seaports up to the sea is in the area of Emden-Reede. Non-official table of contents

§ 4 LotsenverSetpositions

(1) Seafotters will be located in the area of the "Westerems" beacon (53 ° 39,3 'North and 006 ° 16,3'). East) and in the area of the "GW/TG" luminaire, and picked up and picked up.(2) If it is not possible to move souls in the area of the "Westerems" light tonne due to bad weather, this will be done on the bad weather position in the area of transverse to Borkum. If the weather conditions permit, the piloting boat will go against ships arriving and will accompany them until the sea lice can be moved. In the case of the accompaniment, the ship's guide is responsible for the guidance of the pilot transfer boat and for the advice of the accompanied ship of the souls of the sea.(3) Sea tankers with a length of up to 120 m or a width of 19 m or more can only take over or hand over sea otters in the pilot offset position in the "Westerems" light tonne.(4) Ships which are obligated to accept a sea ott on the driving routes in the direction of the transfer of the pilotage in the case of the "GW/TG" beacon can only take over or hand over sea otters on this piloting placement position.(5) If, in exceptional circumstances, the transfer or the levy referred to in paragraphs 3 and 4 is not possible, the guide of the ship with the pilotage station may agree to transfer or levy in another position. unofficial table of contents

§ 5 Lotto request and transfer maneuvers

(1) Leaders of ships who are committed to the acceptance of a seamen, or shall, in accordance with paragraphs 2 and 3, request the seamen at the Emden pilotage station.(2) The request must include
1.
the name, length, width, and gross tonnage of the Ship,
2.
the actual draught of the ship,
3.
the position of the takeover of the ship. Seamen,
4.
the day (two-digit) and the local time (four digits) of the expected information or departure at or from the position of the acquisition of the Sailors,
5.
the position to which a pilot consultation is to take place
6.
at a Requirement for the piloting position in the "GW/TG" beacon, the type of acquisition capability by helicopter or pilotage seatbelt.
7.
destination port,
8.
last port of departure,
9.
the freeboard and the height of the pilotage entry above the waterline.
(3) The time and receiver of the pilotage requirement are determined by Appendix 1 to this Regulation.(4) If the seabed is moved or picked up during the journey, the ship ' s guide shall enable and facilitate the arrival or the convoy of the vessel by means of appropriate driving behaviour or other appropriate manoeuvres. The ship's management shall issue a flawless and safe lottery in accordance with Chapter V, Regulation 23 SOLAS. It shall be responsible for the adequate monitoring of the lottery, on board and on board, and for the safety of the seamen on the way between the lottery and the bridge of the ship, and for the appropriate UW listening readiness to take care of the semise vehicle during the misdemise. Non-official table of contents

§ 6 obligation to accept an on-board controller

(1) Seeschiffen's guide is required to accept a pilot on board
1.
on the routes inland of the "Westerems" piloting position, with the exception of the Emden-Reede, with seagoing ships of a length from 90 m or a width of 13 m or more, or a draught of 6 m or more,
2.
on the road sections inland of the piloting placement position "Westerems" means seagoing ships with a length of 90 m or more, a width of 13 m or a depth of 6 m, which enter the Ems in order to seek protection only on a talk and not intended, a port or a transshipment or a place in which to go
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if the piloting is done on the bad weather position, running out with sea-going vessels with a length of 170 m or more or a width from 28 m as well as car transporters and ro-ro ships with a length from 140 m or width from 23 m on the routes from bad weather to the pilot placement position "Westerems".
(2) Leaders of tankers are to be accepted by a pilot Board obligated,
1.
on the routes inland of the pilot offset position "Westerems" with Exception to the Emden-Reede, with all tankers,
2.
on the routes inland from the piloting position "Westerems" with all tankers, which are in the Ems in order to seek protection on a talk and do not intend to enter a port or a transhipment or a terminal in the mouth,
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on the Travel routes between the piloting position in the "GW/TG" beacon and the "Westerems" piloting position with tankers with a length of 150 m or more or a width of 23 m.
(3) With regard to the length and width of a ship, shall be interpolated in accordance with section 1 (8). The following limits shall not be exceeded:
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for ships referred to in paragraph 1 (1) and (2): Length 95 m and width 13,50 m,
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for ships referred to in paragraph 1 no. 3: length 145 m and width 23,50 m for car transporters and ro-ro ships, length 175 m and width 28,50 m for other seagoing ships,
3.
for ships referred to in paragraph 2 no. 3: length 155 m and width 23.50 m.
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§ 7 Exceptions to the obligation to accept pilotage

exempted from the obligation to accept pilotage are the leaders of the federal and port service ships-and Shipping administrations of the countries as well as guides of tankers of a length up to and including 60 m and a width up to and including 10 m in the traffic between Emden and Delfzijl or Eemshaven and Delfzijl or Eemshaven and Emden. Non-official table of contents

§ 8 exemption from the acceptance obligation of an on-board controller without a request for seagoing ships

(1) exempted from the obligation to accept pilotage are guides of seagoing ships with a length up to and including 120 m, a width up to and including 19 m, and a draught of up to 6 m
1.
on a journey route if they have been on board with this ship at least six times in the last 12 months at least six times under pilot guidance and they can prove it by a certificate issued in accordance with Appendix 2,
2.
they have sufficient German language skills and are certified in accordance with Appendix 2 Insure and
3.
as long as the ship is equipped with a flawlessly operating radar device as well as with a flawlessly operating VHF telephone system with the for the (
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the case of a ship's guide who has already received a waiver referred to in paragraph 1, the purchase of further exemptions as referred to in paragraph 1 shall reduce the number of passengers on this route. Experience travel under paragraph 1, point 1, on three journeys under pilot guidance on board.(3) With regard to the length and breadth of a ship, it may be interpolated in accordance with section 1 (8). The upper limit is 125 m in length and 19.50 m wide.(4) The exemption shall be valid for 12 months and shall be extended by 12 months in each case if the skipper with the same vessel has run the journey at least six times during the preceding twelve months. The ship ' s guide shall demonstrate the voyage at the request of the ship ' s office for the shipping authority.(5) The Maritime Safety Authority may transfer the exemption on request to a type-by-type vessel. Non-official table of contents

§ 9 exemption from the acceptance obligation of an on-board controller on request for seagoing ships

(1) Leaders of sea-going vessels may be Application from the shipping office will be exempt from the obligation to accept the pilotage
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on a Route between the "Westerems" and the Emden pilotage, if they have been on board with this ship within the last twelve months at least 24 times under the guidance of the pilots and they provide proof of this by means of a Certificate according to Appendix 2,
2.
In an audit before the Maritime Safety Authority, it shall have sufficient knowledge of the conditions of the waterways and of the conditions of the Proof of traffic regulations and
3.
they have sufficient German language skills and this is provided by a certificate according to Appendix 2
() The guide of vehicles, which are engaged in the development or maintenance of the federal waterways on the sea front, may, at the request of the shipping office, be subject to the obligation to accept the lottery.
1.
will be freed on a journey route if they have previously been used with this vehicle within the last 12 months since the beginning of the contract at least six times under the guidance of the pilots and they provide proof of this by means of a certificate according to Appendix 2,
2.
In an audit before the Maritime Safety Authority, they demonstrate sufficient knowledge of the traffic conditions and traffic regulations, and
3.
they have sufficient German language skills and are insured by a certificate according to Appendix 2.
(3) The exemption provided for in paragraph 1 or paragraph 2 is exempt from the requirement of the leader of a sea ship only from the duty to accept an on-board controller,
1.
as long as the ship is a flawlessly operating radar device, as well as a flawlessly operating VHF telephone system, equipped with the channels required for the route to be covered, and
2.
as long as the draught is less than 6 m.
The depth limit set out in clause 1, no. 2, does not apply to vehicles referred to in paragraph 2.(4) After passing the examination, a certificate of exemption from the obligation to accept the pilotage shall be issued and handed out to the skipper on his or her name and on the name of the ship or vehicle, which certificate shall be carried on board. The exemption shall be valid for a period of 12 months.(5) The exemption may be extended on application by 12 months in each case if, in the preceding 12 months, the ship ' s guide shall, by ship referred to in paragraph 1, at least 12 times the journey or with the vehicle referred to in paragraph 2 at least three times that has been going on.(6) The exemption may be transferred on request to a type-identical vessel. Non-official table of contents

§ 10 Liberation for tankers

(1) The shipping policy authority may, upon request, exempt from the obligation to accept pilotage:
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The guide of a sea or inland tanker ship as a single-hull or double-hull ship with a length up to including 60 m and a width up to 10 m inclusive,
2.
A guide of a sea or inland tanker with a length up to and including 90 m, a width up to , including 13 m and a draught of not more than 6.00 m, which conditions
a)
as Double-hull ship
aa)
according to point 13 F (3) of Appendix 1 to the International Convention of 2. Report on the prevention of marine pollution caused by ships with the Protocol of 17 November 1973. February 1978 on the Convention (BGBl. 1982 II p. 2), as amended or
bb)
within the meaning of the Regulation on inland waterway transport of dangerous goods, as amended in each case. or
b)
as a single-hull ship with an AIS device with a graphic target representation
aa)
in accordance with Council Directive 96/98 of 20 June 1998. 1 December 1996 on marine equipment (OJ L 327, 28. EC No L 46, Annex A.1/4.32) or
bb)
in accordance with Commission Regulation (EC) No 415/2007 of 13 June 2007. March 2007 on the technical specifications for ship tracking and detection systems referred to in Article 5 of Directive 2005 /44/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council on harmonised Inland Waterway Information Services (RIS) to the Inland Waterways of the Community (OJ C 327, EU No
105 p. 35
(2) The length and width of a ship may be interpolated in accordance with § 1 (8). The following upper limits apply:
1.
for ships referred to in paragraph 1: length 67 m and width 10.70 m,
2.
for ships referred to in paragraph 1 no. 2: length 95 m and width 13.50 m,
3.
for ships referred to in paragraph 1 (2) (a) with a draught of not more than 3.80 m: length 100 m and width 14.00 m.
(3) The exemption may be granted if the ship's guide
1.
a ride distance within the last 12 months with
a)
a sea or inland tanker as referred to in paragraph 1 no. 1 six times
b)
the same ship referred to in paragraph 1 (2) (a) at least 12 times or
c)
the same ship after Paragraph 1 (2) (b) at least sixteen times
under the guidance of the pilots on board, and he provides proof of that by means of a certificate issued in accordance with Annex 2,
2.
In an audit before the Maritime Safety Authority, sufficient knowledge of the traffic conditions, the traffic regulations and the emergency management has to be proven and
3.
has sufficient German language skills and this is insured by a certificate according to Appendix 2.
(4) The granted exemption shall be exempt from the leader of a tanker ship only from the obligation to accept an on-board controller as long as the ship is equipped with a properly operating radar device as well as with a flawlessly operating VHF telephone system with those for the route to be driven is equipped with the necessary channels.(5) After passing the examination, a certificate shall be issued and issued to the skipper responsible for the exemption, which shall be carried on board. The exemption shall be valid for a period of 12 months. The certificate shall contain the name of the guide and information on the period of validity and the extent of the exemption.(6) The exemption may be extended by 12 months at the request of the Maritime Safety Authority if, in the preceding 12 months, the ship ' s guide has the vessel referred to in paragraph 1 (1) or (1) (2) (a) of the The journey shall be at least six times or at least twelve times with the same ship referred to in paragraph 1 (2) (b).(7) The exemption for the leader of a sea or inland vessel referred to in paragraph 1 may be transferred, on application to the shipping office, to another vessel referred to in paragraph 1 after three journeys under the guidance of pilotage on such a vessel. The transfer of the exemption for ships referred to in paragraph 1 (1) to vessels referred to in paragraph 1 (2) shall be excluded from the scope of this possibility.(8) The exemption from a ship referred to in paragraph 1 may be transferred, on request, to a type-by-type vessel from the shipping office. Non-official table of contents

§ 11 deputy of the ship's guide

The regulations of § § 8 to 10 on the exemption from the obligation to accept pilotage shall also apply to the deputy of the ship's guide if he takes over the nautical guidance of the ship. The deputy can only use his exemption if the ship's guide is also exempt from the obligation to accept the pilotage. Non-official table of contents

§ 12 exemption from the obligation to accept pilotage in special cases

The shipping office may be the leader of a Ship in special individual cases beyond the provisions of § § 8 to 10 after hearing the Lotsenbrüderschaft from the obligation to accept the pilotage. Non-official table of contents

§ 13 Landradarberatung

(1) Leaders of vehicles that comply with the regulations of § § 8 to 12 of the LotsenanAccepts In the case of visibility of less than 2,000 m within the individual radar areas between Emden and the pilotage offset position "Westerems" have the land radar advice granted by pilots have to take advantage of the land radar consultation.(2) When the transfer of the pilots is carried out on the bad weather position, the drivers of vehicles which are obliged to accept an on-board controller on the basis of § 6 shall have on the routes between Emden and the pilotage transfer position "Westerems" the land radaring provided by pilotage.(3) In addition to the provisions of paragraphs 1 and 2, the landing distance between the Emden and the pilot placement position "Westerems" may be used by the land radar counseling provided by pilots, when the light-emitting tones are due to icework. and for this reason a land radar consultation is required.(4) Land radar consultation shall be granted independently of paragraphs 1 to 3 if a radar consultation is requested from a ship's management or is arranged in a ship-to-ship route. Landradarberatung must not be requested in order to circumvent the acceptance of a pilot for advice on board.(5) The possibility of using the land radar consultation referred to in paragraph 3 is limited by the fact that there is no general obligation to maintain the counseling of land radar. The same shall apply in the case of a request for land radar guidance by a ship management pursuant to paragraph 4, if no timely request of the land radar consultation pursuant to § 5 (1) and (3) takes place. Unofficial table of contents

§ 14 Order to accept seamen to repel a hazard/revocation of exemptions

(1) In addition to the provisions of § § 6 and 13, the Maritime Safety Authority may arrange for the acceptance of one or more pilots or a land radar consultation by piloting for reasons relating to the ship's traffic for the transport sector.(2) In the event of repeated infringements or a significant breach of the traffic rules, the Maritime Safety Authority may revoke the exemptions under this Lots Regulation. Non-official table of contents

§ 15 Lots after the first order

(1) After the first order has been taken, a sea ott may be used during a Transition time only ships of a certain size, namely
1.
in the first half year ships with a Length of up to 120 meters and a width of up to 20 meters,
2.
in the second half year ships with a length of up to 140 meters and a width of up to 24 Meters,
3.
the following year ships with a length of up to 180 meters and a width of up to 28 meters and a depth of up to 9 meters.
(2) With regard to the length and width of a ship, it is possible to interpolate in accordance with § 1 (8). For the parameters referred to in paragraph 1 (1) to (3), the following limits shall apply:
1.
each of the following limits: The length value added plus a maximum of 5.00 m and
2.
of the width value listed in each case plus a maximum of 0.50 m.
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§ 16 Distance Lots

The seamen of the Lotsenbrüderschaft Emden may also cross their southeast between the outdoor stations of the German North Sea evidences (respective position of the pilot ship); beyond this range, they may not be lotted. Non-official table of contents

§ 17 Administrative Offences

is an administrative offence within the meaning of Section 47 (1) (7) of the Law on the Law of the German Seas, who intentionally or Negligent
1.
as a skipper, contrary to § 5 para. 1, does not request a sea otr,
2.
a provision of § 5 para. 4 concerning the support of the sailor during the move is contrary to it,
3.
as ship leader, contrary to § 6 (1) and (2), no piloting,
4.
as the ship's guide contrary to § 13 (1) and (2) does not claim any counseling of land radar,
5.
the provision of § 13 (4) sentence 2 concerning the circumvention of the obligation to accept the pilotage. or
6.
as a sea ott counter to § 15 or § 16.
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§ 18 Transitional Regulations

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§ 20 Entry into force

This regulation will take place on the 1. The Commission shall take effect in March 2003. Non-official table of contents

Appendix 1 (to § 5 para. 3)
Location and login for the solder request

Site of the original text: BAnz. 2003, No. 41, 3703
Location of receipt of the SeelotsenLogon time for the request of the Seafe Receiver of the Loan Request (Telegrammanschrift)
1.ships entering from sea
1.1 Lotto offset position for GW/TG luminaireAt least 24 hours before you reach the piloting position. 3 hours before the next message is reached.Emden pilotage station (Emslotse Emden)
Telefax: 0 49 21/3 29 19
Telex: 27 882
Phone: 0 49 21/2 40 00
1.2 Loan offset position in the area of the "Westerems" luminaireAt least 24 hours as well as twelve hours before the luminaire "Westerems" is reached. If the travel time of nearby harbours or berths is less than 12 hours, the request for the seamen must be made immediately after the last departure.Emden pilotage station (Emslotse Emden)
Telefax: 0 49 21/3 29 19
Telex: 2 78 82
Telephone: 0 49 21/2 40 00
Email: Pilotstation@emspilots.de
Lotsenstation Borkum
Email: Borkumstation@emspilots.de
Telefax: 0 49 22/92 35 89 37
Phone: 0 49 22/92 35 89 36
2.Running ships and subsection traffic
 Soultsrevier Ems harbours and berthsAt least four hours prior to departure of the ship. In the case of the request, the journey time of the seamen is to be taken into account by public transport. For all departures from 21.00 to 07.00, the intended request of the seamen is to be displayed until 6.00 p.m.
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Appendix 2 (to § 8 para. 1, § 9 para. 1 and 2 and § 10 para. 3)
certificate
to prove the exemption from the lottery acceptance requirement *)

site of the Original text: BAnz. 2008, No. 64, 1512
Certificate
to prove the requirements for exemption from lottery acceptance *)
(please fill in printed copy)
Ship name: ..................................................................
Call sign/IMO number .........................................................
BRT/BRZ/Length ü. a ./Width ü a. ..............................................
Name and contact address of the ship's guide/deputy of the
ship guide **) ............................................................
I herewith assure you Ship guide/deputy of the skipper **),
the correctness of the following information and that I have sufficient
German language skills.
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Lotsen notices (for example, B. Language skills, presence
of the ship ' s guide/deputy of the ship ' s guide or other
events during the consultation):

*) This certificate must be produced in two copies. A
copy is to be kept on board for control purposes. A
copy is to be sent before the first voyage without piloting advice from the
shipping office.
**) Non-applicable is to be deleted.